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ecocides:

A web-footed gecko in the dry Namib desert of Namibia uses its long tongue to drink the moisture from its own eyes | image by Martin Harvey

cute

ecocides:

A web-footed gecko in the dry Namib desert of Namibia uses its long tongue to drink the moisture from its own eyes | image by Martin Harvey

cute

ecocides:

November | image by Christophe Kiciak

inspiring!

ecocides:

November | image by Christophe Kiciak

inspiring!

beautiful…peaceful

beautiful…peaceful

Grace is ever present.
All that is necessary is that you surrender to It.

—Ramana Maharshi (via ashramof1)

silverwitch:

Be Sweet

silverwitch:

Be Sweet

(Source: art-and-dream)

tydolatry:

Chamomile is an herb that comes from a flowering plant from the daisy family. Both the fresh and dried flowers of chamomile have been used to create teas for centuries to cure a number of health problems. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is known as bisabolol, which has a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties and it has also been used for hundreds of years in cosmetics because of its perceived skin healing propertiesWhat are the Benefits of Chamomile?
Insomnia and other sleep disorders
Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Muscle twitches
Wounds, burns, and scrapes
Skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, chickenpox, and diaper rash
Stomach problems such as menstrual cramps, stomach flu, and ulcers

tydolatry:

Chamomile is an herb that comes from a flowering plant from the daisy family. Both the fresh and dried flowers of chamomile have been used to create teas for centuries to cure a number of health problems. The active ingredient in chamomile essential oil is known as bisabolol, which has a number of anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties and it has also been used for hundreds of years in cosmetics because of its perceived skin healing properties


What are the Benefits of Chamomile?

  • Insomnia and other sleep disorders
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  • Muscle twitches
  • Wounds, burns, and scrapes
  • Skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema, chickenpox, and diaper rash
  • Stomach problems such as menstrual cramps, stomach flu, and ulcers